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James Shields has been anything but the answer for the Chicago White Sox

Has anything gone right for the Chicago White Sox this year? Let me rephrase that. Has anything after their 23-10 start gone right for the White Sox this year? The short answer is no, going 11-26 since that hot start. The longer answer is that the Sox probably need a top to bottom organizational change with Rick Hahn maybe being the only safe person in all of this. The farm system doesn't hold a ton of prom ...

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Chris Sale plays rock, paper, scissors with fan in New York

The Chicago White Sox ended their seven-game losing streak on Tuesday night by beating the New York Mets 6-4. The win came at a time where many have called for manager Robin Ventura to be fired. On Sunday, ace Chris Sale defended Ventura. With the White Sox back in the win column, the team might be able to rest easy tonight. Sale however remained calm and had some fun with a fan prior to the team's game in ...

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A gorilla came to watch Chris Sale pitch for the Chicago White Sox

There weren't a lot of people at US Cellular Field on Wednesday as the Chicago White Sox hosted the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. It was an afternoon game and people have to work, legit excuse. But those that were there got to witness a gorilla take in a baseball game. Well sorta. A fan in a gorilla suit showed up to watch Chris Sale pitch lights out. The fan even tried to drink a soda out of the costume, ...

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Chicago White Sox to giveaway Chris Sale “K Counter” Bobblehead

One of the best parts of the MLB offseason is when teams release their promotional schedule for the upcoming season featuring some awesome giveaway items. There's always bobbleheads, t-shirts and the usual giveaways that make fans line up early for some free swag. The White Sox however may have one of the best giveaways in all of baseball this season. The team released its promotional schedule on Monday and ...

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Chicago White Sox: Second half questions

At 41-45, the Chicago White Sox find themselves in a more precarious situation than their North Side-dwelling brethren. And were it not for a flash of life just prior to the All-Star break that saw them win 9 of their last 12, we'd probably already consider them roadkill for the vultures of the impending trade deadline, and Robin Ventura might be looking for another job. But hope remains. Thanks to the seco ...

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MLB All-Star Game: Chris Sale named as Chicago White Sox representative

The Chicago White Sox will have one representative in this year's MLB All-Star Game. Starting pitcher Chris Sale will represent the White Sox in this year's game and it's very well deserved. Kansas City Royals manager named Sale to his All-Star team as the pitcher is in the middle of a historic run. Sale is looking to be the only pitcher to strikeout 10 batters in 9 straight starts. Sale has been one of the ...

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White Sox Chris Sale named AL Pitcher of the Month

Chris Sale's impressive June campaign has earned him the AL Pitcher of the Month award announced on Thursday by Major League Baseball. Sale is in one of the best strikeout stretches in baseball history as the 26-year-old left-hander has struck out at least 10 batters in his last eight starts. The only other pitcher to do so? Pedro Martinez. Sale finished the month of June with a 2-2 record with a 1.83 ERA a ...

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Chicago White Sox 2015 Trade Value Deadline Preview

The Chicago White Sox are in a race for dead last in the AL and as such, should undoubtedly be sellers before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. While Rick Hahn has repeatedly said that he and the organization believes in this team, sadly, their play on the field dictates moves should be made very soon. While the Sox do not have as many valuable assets as some may think, there is room for some wheeling ...

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Chris Sale upset about postgame question regarding White Sox offense

Make that eight straight losses for the Chicago White Sox after the Texas Rangers scored two runs in the ninth on Friday against closer David Robertson. With a losing streak in tact and the team reeling, tensions are starting to mount. Some fans are calling for Robin Ventura's job, while others are throwing out trade rumors since the White Sox will likely be sellers at this year's deadline. But after Friday ...

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Chicago White Sox need to start considering major trades

  Champion professional sports teams are built on consistency. Just look at our Chicago Blackhawks or the San Antonio Spurs. Consistency is their calling cards. If you can consistently do your job, put in the work, function as a team and perform at your highest level as much as possible, your team will be successful. Sadly, the White Sox have been anything but. The 2015 White Sox have been defined by t ...

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